In the Faculty of Commerce, students are taught, in a highly practical manner, the principles of business administration, which deal with both the theory and practice of management, of commerce, which deals with the processes of development, production, distribution and sale of goods and services and, additionally, they acquire the necessary abilities to play an active part in the business world.
The key to success in business is to meet the needs of society. It leads both to one's personal success, as well as to the enhancement of people's happiness, and contributes to the sustainable growth of companies, the economy as a whole, and, in the end, society as a whole. The Faculty of Commerce strives to foster idealistic business people, whose actions lead to better lives for people in a better world.
Department of Commerce
The curriculum prepared by the Faculty of Commerce prepares students with a general, over-all view of corporate management practices and the widely accepted ways of commerce. Students also acquire in-depth knowledge and practical skills of “management,” “distribution” and “finance,” which are considered the three major elements of business.
A Variety of Field Experiences
Four Business-related Areas of Study
- COMMERCE AND DISTRIBUTION deals with the relations between companies, customers and markets;
- MANAGEMENT focuses on effective strategies for successful management of organizations;
- FINANCE deals with the procurement and management of funds for business operations;
- ACCOUNTING teaches the essentials of bookkeeping and ways to utilize accounting information.
Two Programs of Study
This course of studies covers a wide range of topics from distribution and marketing to financial affairs and accounting, and give students both in-depth knowledge and practical skills.
The Program of Sports Management
This course of studies provides subjects from both fields: commerce/management and health/sports. It is optimally designed for people who want to manage sport activities, such as gymnastics, sporting goods shops or, alternatively, to become a leader/trainer of athletes, a policeman or a firefighter. In this course of studies, students can earn a license to become a teacher of health and physical education.
Special Programs for Training Special Skills
Department of Information and Management
For these purposes, the well-balanced curriculum enables students to thoroughly learn about commerce and management and how to best utilize information in order to play an active role in the international business stage.
Advanced Training in IT Skills
Students will be encouraged and supported in order to pass national engineer's examination to obtain qualifications in the field of information technology, such as the "IT passport" or "fundamental information technology engineer."